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Mark Schulte is a New York actor since 1984. He did classical plays and performance art in the 80's and 90's downtown (American Shakespeare Rep. Cocteau Rep, Alchemy Theatre, etc.) and he has since lent his considerable vocal skills to hundreds of films and TV shows. Additionally, Mr. Schulte has appeared in supporting/character roles in dozens of... See full bio »
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No Looking Back
No Looking Back Guy in Diner #2
The Living Silence
La leçon
La leçon Frank Knudson
Puccini for Beginners
Puccini for Beginners Cinema Box Office Attendant


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 2001-2008 Law & Order (TV Series)
Male Juror / Grady / Corrections Officer
- Angelgrove (2008) ... Male Juror
- Fixed (2004) ... Grady
 2007 The Living Wake
Karl Binew
 2006 Puccini for Beginners
Cinema Box Office Attendant
 2003/I The Show (Short)
Man in White
 2003 Undefeated (TV Movie)
Boxing Announcer
 2003 The Living Silence (Short)
 2002 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
- Tuxedo Hill (2002) ... Pilot
 1999 Cherry
Man #5
 1995-1998 NYPD Blue (TV Series)
Bike Messenger / White Guy
- Danny Boy (1998) ... Bike Messenger
- Heavin' Can Wait (1995) ... White Guy
 1998 No Looking Back
Guy in Diner #2
 1997 La leçon (Short)
Frank Knudson

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Supporting Role (C.O. Price) on TV Series "Law & Order" first aired Oct/Nov 2001 See more »

Alternate Names:

Mark Shulte


5' 10" (1.78 m)

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Mark does not have a photographic memory but he is a very quick-study. For a run at the Brooklyn Bandshell in the mid 90's, he memorized the part of "Prospero" (from Shakespeare's "The Tempest") in two days.


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